New Taste...


My first time trying Indonesian food. I was surprised by the taste and texture of the dishes, because they looked spicy but didn't taste spicy at all. In fact, they were delicious... in a weird way I guess. I don't remember the names of the foods we ordered, but we had chicken and tofu with peppers and sprouts. I wonder whether most of the Indonesian foods come in red color, because in here, if the foods are red, they are actually spicy. I'm not good at eating hot-food, that's why I found Indonesian dishes a little intimidating at first, but fortunately, they were so good.
New Taste... New Taste... Reviewed by Sovathary Bon on Tuesday, July 31, 2012 Rating: 5

12 comments:

  1. *making face* I wish I wasn't picky in food! hey, you eater! I kinda don't expect you to gain any weigh for good, you know. HEHE

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  2. haha as an indonesian i love to hear people story about trying indonesian foods.
    it's better for the 1st timer like you to not trying the spicy one, because indonesian level of spiciness is so damn different from other country. i suggest you to try sate, bakso, soto, gado-gado or nasi goreng. their taste are more "friendly".

    enjoy our epic meal! :D

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  3. @Kelly: I remember you're not the weight gainer either. Yeah, I'm not picky with food...but I eat only the tasty ones. hehe

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  4. @Karin: Oh yes, I've heard about gado-gado, it's salad with peanut source, right? Sounds yummy, and I'll sure try it when we go back to the Bali resto again. I like to hear what other people say about my country's foods too, and i just wish you could try ours as well. :D

    Thank for dropping by. Man, I wish you had a blog.

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  5. yes it is! gado-gado is most favorite one :D
    i plan to have a trip to cambodia maybe this october, can't wait to taste my fist khmer dish.

    yes i have a blog, i just make it private from my profile. now it already published.

    your welcomeee, can't wait to read your second trial post :)

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  6. So, the fact that they look spicy but don't taste spicy at all makes me wanna try ;D
    Thanks for sharing & making my stomach roars -.-

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  7. @Karin: Oh really? You're coming to Cambodia? Welcome!!! I can't wait to hear what you think of Khmer food too. Yes, I hope to post new stuff soon, and you've got a nice blog, I already follow you :D

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  8. @Prathna: you get hungry so easily, just by seeing the pic.hehehe...yeah you should try new food beside our food or even American food there. LOl..it's the first step to understand other people's culture and living. *Just saying hehe

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  9. Well, it depends on the quality of the pictures & the description too :P
    I would love to try new food, definitely. U know what? u're saying the same thing about food like Andrew Zimmern (the guy who hosts Bizarre Foods TV Show). That's one of favorite show :D

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  10. Hey! I love when people love Indonesian food. I personally think Indonesian food is the best, but of course I haven't tried your food. Hehehe, hope I'll be able to come visit your country. ASAP. :D

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  11. @Prathna: Oh what? I said like him? haha...that's good to know. I watch cooking show too, it makes me mouth-watering. I wish I could cook, hey twin, can you cook?

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  12. @Dela: hey hey! how are you? Yes you should come here and try our food, i don't promise that you will like all of them, but i hope there's something you love about our food too. Indonesian food is so yummy!

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